Domino's Safety & Loss Prevention Workshops


Monday, October 3, 2016
10 AM - 4 PM (Lunch will be served)
Embassy Suites Philadelphia Airport
DFA Rate:  $169 Per Night.
Reserve by Sept 1
9000 Bartram Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19153

Tuesday, October 4, 2016
10 AM - 4 PM (Lunch will be served)
Hilton Boston/Woburn
DFA Rate:  $159 Per Night.
Reserve by Sept 1
Group Code:  Domino
2 Forbes Road
Woburn, MA 01801

Workshop Description:  
A one-day workshop sponsored by the DFA focusing on improving  crime reduction prevention and  Franchisee profitability.  These events are the 3rd and 4th meetings in a series of workshops hosted by respected well known Franchisees and with the support of DPLLC.  The goal is to better prepare Franchisees and District Managers in creating a safer working environment in their restaurants and on the road.  The workshop is designed to develop safety & loss prevention awareness, open discussion and solutions among Franchisees and District Managers.  

Program Schedule (subject to change)
10:00am - 10:15am  
Welcome  - Reece Arroyave-Franchisee

10:15am - 10:45am
Tiger Tools & Investigations 
Philadelphia:  Ammar Jali - Franchisee & S&LP representative
Boston:  Dominic Benvenuti -  Franchisee & S&LP representative

10:45am - 11:15am 
Keeping People Safe - Driver Robbery Prevention  - Ben Saunders-Franchise Security Director
11:15am - 11:30am
Cintas Safety Program

11:30am - 12:00pm
Safety First-Using Crime Data to open/operate in security areas- CAP Index & Reece Arroyave-Franchisee

12:00pm - 12:30pm    
Lunch Sponsored By - Sonny Roberts-VP of Sales GNISEC

12:30pm - 1:00pm     
Special Guest Presenters  - Local/Federal Law Enforcement

1:00pm -1:30pm
Information Security  - Domino's Information Security Director

1:30pm - 2:00pm     
In-Store Robbery Prevention  Ben Saunders-Franchise Security Director

2:00pm-2:30pm Community Safety AwarenessGlen Mueller-Franchisee

2:30pm - 3:15pm
Safety & Loss Prevention Panel -  MC: Van Carney
Panel: Glen Mueller, Amar Jali or Dominic Benvenuti, Reece Arroyave, Ben Saunders

3:15pm - 3:45pm 
3:45pm - 4:00pm 
Q&A/ Open Forum  - Reece Arroyave

Closing -Reece Arroyave & Van Carney

Tiger Tools
The New Tiger Scorecard Reporting series compliments the existing Tiger reporting and has three components. Focusing on common loss opportunities such as MPC's, Bad Orders, Edit Down Orders, Abandon Orders and No Margin Orders, the report ranks these metrics within a Franchisees' organization to pinpoint a potential concern more quickly. In addition, a Score Card Trend Report and Scorecard Graph have been developed.
Driver Robbery Prevention
This session includes topics such as food delivery procedures, team alerts, robbery prevention, best practices when dealing with law enforcement and a real-life case scenario
Guest Speaker
Numerous issues can affect the security of a restaurant. This session includes growing your business in an urban environment with security in mind when dealing with the aftermath of violent/injury related incidents as it pertains to the victim's family, DPLLC, and the media.
Security Best Practices to Reduce In-store Robbery
Building a sound restaurant safety program is the foundation to reducing turnover and minimizing increasing insurance costs as they pertain to security/incidents. This session will educate you on operating in areas with a heightened level of security with what works and what to avoid when creating a safety program to protect your team and profits
Information Security
Information Security know how is a must in today's business environment. It seems data breaches occur weekly in companies. Credit card fraud is a billion dollar business. This session will provide best practices on how you can protect your information
CAP Index * Crime Intelligence Analysis
CAP Index, one of the world's leading companies in crime forecasting. Get insight into the causes of crime in the area, what lies ahead, and how to use this information to better protect your stores and employees along with preparing to open new stores in areas with an increased potential for crime
Using Technology to Defend Against Theft and Robbery
All restaurants face many of the same challenges, including employee theft and fraud. With the advent of managed video services and other recent technological solutions being offered to the marketplace, many restaurants have reduced the number of threat and robbery incidents, as well as other security-related issues. This session explains how these recent solutions and services are changing the way restaurant loss prevention, security and safety teams manage their areas of responsibility and add value to the overall business

To RSVP please contact Ken Peebles at